3 12 2011
Do you have absolutely zero ideas for a book? Or perhaps you just want to know how to properly use the little known literary trick, “ellipse-semi-colon style” (…;) properly in a sentence? Then, here’s your man. But, fair warning: you probably don’t have the chops to get this dude to rep you.
absurdist, bad english, fuck ups, lost at sea, publishing, small mind - big mouth
19 10 2011
why the need to ruminate on every compartmentalized experience your imagination says you’ve gone through? it’s one thing to be contemplative, another to worship your own narrow uniqueness, to let it dictate how you should be, and also how others should must accept you. that’s a fucking deep-assed ditch you’ve dug there and now that […]
bad english, fo' yo' sorrows, lost at sea, puking, small mind - big mouth, stank you very much, tonight i'm throwing rocks
19 05 2011
Ok, what am I trying to say here? What do I mean?
I stare at the computer screen, rereading, rereading, until the screen saver comes on, until my eyes blow out of focus.
I mumble the words softly as I type, retype. The curses, they come out a lot louder.
This fucking goddamn shit fuck motherfucker.
bad english, fo' yo' sorrows, language, lost at sea, tonight i'm throwing rocks
20 08 2010
I know, I know, poetry is boring, hard to understand and full of words that don’t make complete sentences.
bad english, dealing, hardcore, poetry, Sanchez Grotto, Teresa K. Miller
12 08 2010
Something always has to happen. In the story. It has to be real and convincing, like the sun rising or a gust of wind that picks up down the street and drags dead stiff leaves and animates plastic liquor store bags.
August Kleinzahler, bad english, code of the streets, diary of the bastard messiah, writing
12 07 2010
I just received an invite to read at this July’s LitQuake/Instant City event, this Sunday in the Mission. I really have no other details other than when and where:
Gypsy Honeymoon and Heart Wine Bar
1266 Valencia St SF CA
Sunday, July 18 6-8 pm
Stop by, say “hi.”
bad english, instant city, lit quake, san francisco
4 05 2010
a MFA-like piece of writing can contain any one of the following: